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Mourne Mountains, Giant’s Causeway & TitanicMourne Mountains, Giant’s Causeway & Titanic
Discover the very best of Northern Ireland’s timeless beauty on our six-day break. On this enchanting getaway we enjoy excursions to the picturesque plains of the Mourne Mountains, the fabled Giant’s Causeway and the fascinating Titanic Belfast where we discover the full story of the world’s most infamous cruiseliner. To complete our trip, we take in a walking tour of the iconic Belfast and explore the storied city of Derry~Londonderry.
- Return flights to Dublin
- Airport taxes and luggage allowance (one piece of checked-in hold luggage per person)
- Airport transfers in Ireland
- 4 nights at a 4-star Hotel with dinner & breakfast
Last night at a selected 3-star hotel in the Dublin area with dinner & breakfast
- Free excursion to the Mountains of Mourne (Hillsborough, Downpatrick & Newcastle)
- Free excursion to Giant's Causeway
- Free walking tour of Derry~Londonderry with a local guide
- Free excursion to Belfast with guided city tour & admission to Titanic Belfast
Optional guided city tour of Dublin (£14pp)
Ireland really is the land of discovery with its rugged coastline and beautiful countryside. What better way to see some of the best scenery in Europe, than onboard a coach tour to the Emerald Isle.
It’s easy to see why Killarney is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of Ireland’ with its delightful blend of mountains, shimmering lakes and waterfalls while the lush pastures of the Wicklow Mountains are a true sight to behold.
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Mountains of MourneMountains of Mourne
Peeking through the clouds, the mighty Mountains of Mourne are a photographer’s dream, not to mention a haven for smugglers in the 18th century! This is the perfect excursion to take in some truly breathtaking landscapes and a trio of pretty towns.
We discover the ancient town of Hillsborough, complete with a beautiful castle and lovely lakes, as well as Downpatrick with its rich history; rumour has it that this was the burial place of St Patrick himself.
Nestled at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne lies Newcastle; a quaint Victorian seaside resort with golden sands and magnificent views of Northern Ireland’s highest mountain, Slieve Donard, tumbling down to the ocean.
Giant’s CausewayGiant’s Causeway
The bucket list-worthy Giant’s Causeway is incredible and should be seen by everyone at least once. Formed 60 million years ago by volcanic activity, the formation of 38,000 hexagonal basalt columns stretch far into the sea, some standing as tall as 12m high! Standing watchfully between the craggy cliffs and dramatic ocean waves, a trip to Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site is set to be a brilliantly atmospheric excursion.
Packed with culture, we discover everything Derry~Londonderry has to offer. From the awe-inspiring St Columb’s cathedral, to a stroll across the glittering Peace Bridge arching over the River Foyle, the city basks in its redeveloped glow!
Find out all about Derry~Londonderry’s fascinating history including the famous Battle of the Bogside and the Siege of Derry, or grab a pint of the black stuff in this lovely riverside setting.
Belfast Guided City Tour and Titanic BelfastBelfast Guided City Tour and Titanic Belfast
Vibrant Belfast is a cosmopolitan city rich in art, culture and history. Once the home of the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope making and shipbuilding, these days the Queens Quarter is alive with shops, cafés, bars, live venues and the Botanical Gardens. We’ll find out all about the city’s fascinating history and brilliant transformation during our guided city tour.
We couldn’t visit Belfast without exploring the recently redeveloped Titanic quarter; home to the spectacular Titanic Belfast exhibition. Find all about the ship’s construction and tragic loss, as we soak up the haunting atmosphere of a bygone era with original vintage photos, recordings, newsreels, music and more.
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